safety distance

Related to safety distance: safety time, safety speed

safety distance

In road transport, the distance between vehicles traveling in column specified by the command in light of safety requirements.
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As an upgrade to the Driver Pack, the Driving Assistant Plus also features an Active Cruise Control system with Stop & Go function -- which maintains both a desired speed between 19 and 87mph entered by the driver and the safety distance to vehicles travelling ahead -- and the Traffic Jam Assistant.
During the final demonstration, a prop blockade was installed with pylons positioned as markers for safety distance.
All drivers must leave a safety distance as due to ensure road users' safety and theirs.
The survey also discovered that as many as 43 per cent of motorists said they did know the official safety distance.
In UK law, fireworks come under four categories: | Category 1 fireworks are ones which pose a minimal hazard - things like party poppers; | Category 2 are otherwise known as "garden fireworks"; | Category 3 fireworks, generally known as "display fireworks", require a safety distance of 25m by British Standards.
This category includes fireworks that require the smallest safety distance when setting it off - 5m according to British Standards.
1] on the right lane while keeping safety distance to the car in front.
The customary safety distance with regular bullets is 10 yards.
When the traffic's pace resumes the ICC system will bring the Q60 back up to the pre-set speed and safety distance.
When the ICC system traffics pace resumes will bring the Q60 back up to the pre-set speed and safety distance.
The minimum safety distance to avoid collision with front obstacle can be achieved by utilizing the maximum deceleration [?
r] between the two vehicles is less than the theoretical safety distance [S.

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